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July 23, 2009


The economy is dismal across most sectors, but Brian Greenstone has found a bright spot. His games programmed for iPhones are flying off online shelves. Sales are in the millions of dollars.

As he tells Dick Gordon, Brian used to haunt the video game arcades, back in the dinosaur days of computers. He says making apps for iPhones reminds him of the golden age of programming – they are easy to make, fun - and profitable. This show originally aired on February 3, 2009.

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